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My air condishing quit working. It appears that the freon leaked out. You could hear a hissing sound under the dash. Is there something that can come lose under there and how do you get to it. It is a 2000 Chrysler Voyager.

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Probably the evaporator leaking the noise may be just the freon going through the system, you have to remove the entire dash to access the hvac box to remove it to replace the evap seek a professional

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